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Charming 19th-Century Park Slope Townhouse Wants $17K

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[All photos by Corcoran via StreetEasy]

Built at the turn of the 20th Century, this charming and elegant townhouse in Park Slope features six bedrooms spread out over a home that spans 22 feet wide. And while the home is replete with modern fittings like central air-conditioning, and heated flooring in the garden sun room, it has still managed to retain a lot of its historic character. The house includes the original plank flooring, plastered walls, decorative mantles, and plaster molding. The four-story brownstone features an exquisitely landscaped patio on the ground floor. That floor also features two bedrooms, and the above-mentioned garden room. The large living room is located on the floor above that, as is the eat-in kitchen, which overlooks the landscaped garden. Four relatively spacious bedrooms are located on the two floors above that. The basement has a recreational area with a skylight hatch and a laundry room. . It's location on 3rd Street, places it just a few blocks away from the neighborhood Whole Foods, and a short walk from Prospect Park. When we last wrote about this rental in 2013, the asking price was $16,000 per month. That has now gone up to $17,000 per month.

· Listing: 397 3rd Street [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· On The Rental Market Archives [Curbed]